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Hi guys. After struggling with the same problem, I am happy to report the solution. You'll need to get Locktight Epoxy Plastics, it comes in a purple label and looks like a two part syringe. Be sure to remove the screen from the phone and disassemble the metal led backing plate. Clean the old glue off as best possible and wipe the surfaces to be glued with a Q-tip soaked in rubbing alcohol to ensure clean surfaces. Apply the glue to the frame and position on glass(you don't need a lot of glue here, don't want it spewing everywhere). Apply pressure to the frame and be careful it doesn't shift and dries crookedcrooked, this can easily happen as the frame is very thin. Be particularly sure to apply pressure to the top corners of the screen +frame (corners closesclosest to the front facing camera). I used 3 empty bottle of 1800 tequila, one on each of the corners described. I used one bottle on top of my leather wallet which distributed pressure among the lower tabs of the frame. You may be able to use clothespins or a heavy txt book. Once you are sure the frame is sitting straight, Let it sit for 15-20 minminutes with pressure and wipethe weight. Wipe off residual glue with rubbing alcohol and/or small flat head screwdriver. Assemble everything and enjoy. Cheers ! No more frame separation!!!!!!! FYI this Locktight epoxy most closely remebles oem characteristics of thin and elasticity.
Hi guys. After struggling with the same problem, I am happy to report the solution. You'll need to get Locktight Epoxy Plastics, it comes in a purple label and looks like a two part syringe. Be sure to remove the screen from the phone and disassemble the metal led backing plate. Clean the old glue off as best possible and wipe the surfaces to be glued with a Q-tip soaked in rubbing alcohol to ensure clean surfaces. Apply the glue to the frame and position on glass(you don't need a lot of glue here, don't want it spewing everywhere). Apply pressure to the frame and be careful it doesn't shift and dries crookedcrooked, this can easily happen as the frame is very thin. Be particularly sure to apply pressure to the top corners of the screen +frame (corners closesclosest to the front facing camera). I used 3 empty bottle of 1800 tequila, one on each of the corners described. I used one bottle on top of my leather wallet which distributed pressure among the lower tabs of the frame. You may be able to use clothespins or a heavy txt book. Once you are sure the frame is sitting straight, Let it sit for 15-20 minminutes with pressure and wipethe weight. Wipe off residual glue with rubbing alcohol and/or small flat head screwdriver. Assemble everything and enjoy. Cheers ! No more frame separation!!!!!!! FYI this Locktight epoxy most closely remebles oem characteristics of thin and elasticity.

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Hi guys. After struggling with the same problem, I am happy to report the solution. You'll need to get Locktight Epoxy Plastics, it comes in a purple label and looks like a two part syringe. Be sure to remove the screen from the phone and disassemble the metal led backing plate. Clean the old glue off as best possible and wipe the surfaces to be glued with a Q-tip soaked in rubbing alcohol to ensure clean surfaces. Apply the glue to the frame and position on glass(you don't need a lot of glue here, don't want it spewing everywhere). Apply pressure to the frame and be careful it doesn't shift and dries crooked. Be particularly sure to apply pressure to the top corners of the screen (corners closes to the front camera). Let it sit for 15-20 min with pressure and wipe off residual glue with rubbing alcohol and/or small flat head screwdriver. Assemble everything and enjoy. Cheers

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